Following Friday’s US Supreme Court decision legalising gay marriage across all the States of America, Facebook released a tool that encouraged people express solidarity with a rainbow profile picture. Perhaps a cause for concern, Facebook hasn't denied that it's tracking people that use the tool. Read more >>
Articles removed from search result by Google include those describing the sentencing of a rapist, the murder of an heiress and a court case which saw judges argue about what constituted a game of football.
This self-contained snooping device can steal data from laptops within 50 centimetres of it, sniffing out information based on the radio waves that leak from processors as a result of their variations in power use. And, as you can see, it is designed to fit in a pitta bread. Read more >>
A disgraced lawyer obsessed with a kooky theory that the government tracked him by sending secret rays into his house... ends up discovering a secret government mobile phone tracking programme. Sounds like bizarre noir, right? But it’s true.